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Re: Ethics of Divination and Seership

PostPosted: Sun Jun 12, 2016 5:09 pm
by Xiao Rong
Hi Rothko, good question ... I personally think that the future is not fixed, so it would be really difficult for me to tell an unexpected tragedy in their future (only patterns as they are currently unfolding); that's why I've never really had to consider that question.

Re: Ethics of Divination and Seership

PostPosted: Wed Jun 15, 2016 8:26 am
by lilacnyellow
I seem to see the things people want hidden. Like their opinions about an issue. I keep things to myself if not relating to the specific issue. I'd not tell someone of a cheating spouse if they are asking for information about money. No matter what I pick up on. If I thought someone was in danger then yes I'd warn them in a gentle way. People are trusting us with their inner selves so I use tack and respect.

Re: Ethics of Divination and Seership

PostPosted: Thu Apr 20, 2017 3:07 pm
by planewalker
Be careful of client-reader privilege. If some other government agency asks for information, and you refuse outright, you may be held criminally liable depending upon the type of information . The thing to do is fight this sharp force with elasticity. You can not be forced by an agent of the government to commit criminal acts. Just agree to give any aid needed after you have checked with your lawyer. Go to legal aid if you need to.

Re: Ethics of Divination and Seership

PostPosted: Sat Apr 22, 2017 2:02 pm
by Shekinah
Divination influences the affairs of others just as does spell casting and whomever employs magic in whatever form when interfacing with another assumes a degree of responsibility. "An ye harm none" is a difficult thing to foresee into the distant future. We should use great care and deep forethought when casting magick. Frivolous use of power may have far reaching consequences.

Re: Ethics of Divination and Seership

PostPosted: Sun Apr 30, 2017 4:55 pm
by SnowCat
I heard from someone who worked with Bush Sr., that he wasn't good at listening. If he didn't like what someone was telling him, he ignored it. Probably not the smartest way to do things.

Snow

Re: Ethics of Divination and Seership

PostPosted: Sun Apr 30, 2017 5:12 pm
by Shekinah
SnowCat wrote:I heard from someone who worked with Bush Sr., that he wasn't good at listening. If he didn't like what someone was telling him, he ignored it. Probably not the smartest way to do things.

Snow

We are all probably guilty of turning off from a conversation once we have figured out what is going to be said or if in light of superior understanding realize information imparted is untruthful or flawed.